Advanced notice, I’m not going to sugarcoat anything in this article. If you don’t like what you read here chances are it applies to you.

The reason you have not been successful in reaching your fitness goals is that you are a quitter and you are lazy.

You aren’t patient enough to let the program change your body. You come up with excuses for why you can’t keep up a consistent schedule. You don’t ask for help.

You would rather sleep in than go to the gym. Ordering pizza is easier than shopping and making your own food. Netflix holds more interest to you than learning about or doing anything for your health.

You’re the same person who follows fitness models on Instagram and stalks the Facebook pages of gyms near you to watch what other people are doing.  You never actually go there and do anything.

You complain about being fat, or old, or broken but don’t try and fix or improve those things.

You blame being out of shape on your schedule, your kids, your job…..never on yourself

The Truth

I know you don’t like being called a quitter. No one likes being called lazy. But you are.

Everyone is at some point. We all have had things in our lives that have been hard and seemingly impossible to overcome.

I spent years in a depressed and self-destructive state after my separation and divorce. I gained 30 pounds and was a borderline alcoholic. The last thing on my mind was health and fitness.

Even though I went to the gym 4 days a week and I said I wanted to be in shape, I really didn’t. I didn’t want to work hard enough to get there.

I was a quitter and I was lazy. Just like you might be right now.

Somewhere along the way, I realized that my life is going to happen regardless of what I do. I can feel miserable while my life progresses on, or I can feel good about myself and maybe even help other people feel good along the way.

I know, trust me I really do, that it’s hard to make time for the gym, go shop for healthy food, make your own meals, stick with a program for the long term,  and to be humble and listen to someone else give guidance.

We want to be in control, no one wants to admit they need help or support.

What to do

And that is exactly what you need to do. What you’re doing now isn’t getting you any closer to the way you want to feel or what you want to look like. The excuses and mistakes you keep making over and over again are just wasting precious time.

It wasn’t until I found a coach who inspired me and gave me an image of what I could achieve, that things started to change. I found a voice that I trusted to lead me in the right direction. It wasn’t easy. I was inconsistent at first. I went, then I didn’t, then I did again.

Then I stopped not going. Whether I felt like it or not, I went. That was 6 years ago.

The single fastest way to get moving in the right direction is to find someone who will invest in your goals and give you a path to success.

Then all you have to do is work hard and be persistent.

Work without direction is wasted effort. Asking for direction can be the hardest thing to do.

What’s it going to take for you to ask for help?

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